Our latest storm reminded me of a woman in labor,
her cloud uterus contracting in a windy blizzard of delivery.
Snow. Inches and inches and inches of it, covering our landscape with a blissful reduction of competing details.
A pure newness. A beautiful, calming simplicity.
Unlike my cupboards and drawers.
The contrast between them and the pristine view
outside my windows
nearly sent me into a flurry of my own.
But since I don’t have time for Kon-Mari contractions,
I decided to pitch twelve things a day.
Pass items on. Or throw them away.
The storm’s passed in a couple of drawers already.
Now, a few snow pics for you, posted earlier this week:
How not to start a year. .
“Walk in wisdom . . .making the best use of the time.”
How to wear a snowfall.
🎶 “Early in the morning our song shall rise to thee. . . ” 🎶
Happy New Year, friends! So glad you’re here.
Watching Nature, Seeing Life: Through His Creation, God Speaks.
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2 thoughts on “Twelve Things a Day”
I eagerly look forward to your posts. They always inspire; today I love the connection of a blizzard in drawers. I hope you don’t stop blogging and taking photos with you insightful captions. Thank you.
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You made my day, Marian! Thank you. 🧡